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The #1 reason I chose Rebooth over Wrike, Asana and others was because the desktop apps. I can expect my employees to be responsive due to notifications.
BUT, the desktop notifications are spotty, they work sometimes and other times they don't. Notifications are extremely important for these chat functions and staying up to date in real time, otherwise I have to use slack for all my chatting which has very dependable notifications.
I am on Mac btw and a team member is getting no notifications on his PC.
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I use this to know how much time I spent since I last checked my time in on the last todo I worked on.
At the moment if I want to have a precise time instead of "an hour ago" I need to open Chrome Developer Tools, point to the <time> tag, extract the value from data-msec="1455287625000", and do some calculation to get the time from the timestamp.
I even made this ruby script so I can "timeago 1455287625000" and get the actual time.
#!/usr/bin/env ruby puts (Time.now - Time.at(ARGV.to_i/1000)) / 60
Or maybe just add a "title" attribute on the <time> tag so that by hovering we could have the full date and time.
Can I add the role a person has within our organization or to which department he belongs?
We have two internal units dealing with different but tightly connected events, thus we are using the same workspace. Some persons belong to one or the other but others belong to both units. I need a simple way of identifying the unit they work in and which role they have within.
Is that somehow possible?
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